Fan-shaped back-swept bright yellow petals adorn these 2Ē wide daisy-like flowers from August through November, lance-shaped leaves up to 6Ē long form winged extensions that run down the stems, the common name of this plant derives from its historical use in the making of snuff from its dried leaves, good rain garden plant, food plant for Dainty Sulphur Butterfly caterpillars (Nathalis iole), attracts butterflies.
Plant Hardiness Zones: 3a-8b
Other names: Autumn Sneezeweed, Common Sneezeweed
Native Range: YK, NT & QC, through w. VT & MA south to n. CA, TX & FL
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